Suffice it to say I will leave well enough alone and move on with my life. I will use it in my Book as part of my https://fight4justiceadvocacy.business.site campaign for why I decided to JUMP off the conveyer belt saying I am MAD and a CRIMINAL needing ERT. What sort of Progress Report is this?
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Considering the meeting we had about the “Photography Notice” at the Walworth Living Room, this is adding insults to injury. After sending me email about “Digital Champion”.
As I said in previous correspondence and how my DATA have been used, we need to address this not be email, but at an organisational level. Based on the “Reference” we drafted. Look back on the draft you sent me where you did not even spare the time to spell my name correctly. Then we can go from there. Refer to https://www.facebook.com/PembrokeHouse/videos/302334554093821/?
Since you continue to misconstrue our conversation and email contact. I have no alternative but to use this correspondence and any other in line with the GDPR 2018 and Charter of Rights 12 Codes to address matters.
Am still mindful that Lucy gave me the chance to volunteer with Pembroke House. But once again I have been made to carry the can to cover up for 8 years of DISCRIMINATION that TRAUMATISED my husband to cover for HMCTS and CPS and CJS Career Criminals.
I hope you are well, and doing ok in the recent heatwave!
Your suggestion of a group to feed back on the Walworth Living Room is an excellent one. We’ll be looking to pull together a group of people to get wider feedback on the Walworth Living Room and we would love for you to contribute to that.
I’m very sorry that you weren’t happy with the reference I provided. I was aiming to provide you with a reference about your volunteering experience with us, as requested. I’m sorry that you weren’t satisfied with the results.
I understand that the emails you get from the organisation about volunteering continue to cause upset. I understand that they can seem impersonal because they are sent to everyone on the list. We can keep you on the mailing list – or we can take you off the mailing list. Could you confirm which you would prefer, and we will be happy to amend the list accordingly.
Use of your images/video on our website: I understand that you may be requesting for us to remove your image from our website? Is that correct? Please confirm if this is the action you would like us to take, and then we will proceed with that as quickly as we are able..
You are very welcome in the Walworth Living Room, and we hope to see you soon.
Professional Jamaicans for Jamaica, Inc. is with Kadia Francis and
July 21, 2012 ·
JAMAICA’S JOURNEY TO INDEPENDENCE
(Source: The National Library of Jamaica; 12 East Street, Kingston, Jamaica)
Jamaica became a British colony in 1655 and until the mid 1830s the Negro population was enslaved. Yet when slavery ended blacks were still faced with labour exploitation and racial domination. Many of the ex-slaves became peasants but suffered hardships from highly priced goods, heavy taxation and a justice system which worked against peasants. The government remained oblivious to the growing discontent of the citizens, and riots and resistances took place, culminating in the Morant Bay Rebellion of 1865, as these ex-slaves fought for equity and a better standard of living.
In 1866, the Old Representative form of Government was replaced with the Crown Colony Government which comprised the Legislative Council, a Governor, six officials and 3 non-official members. Legislations concerning land were implemented and there was an improvement in the education system. Still, the majority of Jamaicans reaped little benefits from Crown Colony government. Agitation for change in the system of government began immediately after 1866 but change was achieved very slowly.
The right to vote was restricted to every sane adult who owned, had paid taxes, or paid an annual rent or paid direct taxes to the amount of £3 a year. In 1938, Jamaica had a unicameral legislature (one chamber legislature) consisting of a small number of elected members- one from each parish- and a larger number of nominated and official members. Because Jamaica was a colony, many top positions in government were reserved for British people. During the 1930s the number of blacks in the council and civil service were rising. Riots broke out in 1938 as they demanded better working conditions and representation for workers. The agitation/disturbances of the 1930s led to the granting of Universal Adult Suffrage in 1944 which meant that every Jamaica over 21 years would be able to vote for the government of his or her choice, whether or not he/she owned property.
THE STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE
A new constitution was granted in 1944. It provided for an elected and nominated executive council responsible for determining the country’s policy. The executive council was chosen from the party that won the majority in the Legislative Council. Members of the executive council were responsible for the different government departments but power rested with the Governor.
In 1953 changes were again made to the constitution which provided for a Chief Minister and seven other Ministers from the House of Representative Alexander Bustamante became the first Chief Minister. By 1957 self-government was achieved and the Executive Council was replaced by a Council of Ministers and the powers of the Governor reduced.
As the country’s constitution evolved Federation with the other Caribbean countries was encouraged. August 2, 1956 Britain passed an Act for the Federation of the West Indies which came into existence January 3, 1958. The Federation was a political institution with its own government, constitution, coat of Arms and flag. The Federation was being challenged though in countries such as Jamaica. On September 19, 1961, Jamaica held a referendum to decide whether to remain in the Federation. The majority voted ‘No’ and preparations began for Jamaica’s withdrawal.
Now out of federation, Norman Manley announced that his government would proceed with preparations for independence.
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